Lomond Hills Hotel

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Building summary
Lomond Hills Hotel, Freuchie - geograph.org.uk - 2059735.jpg
Name Lomond Hills Hotel
Address High Street, Freuchie
Postcode KY15 7EY
Other names House and shop (H Grant)
Date 1753
OS grid ref NO 28303 06735
Latitude & longitude 56°14′52″N 3°09′31″W

The Lomond Hills Hotel is an hotel in the centre of Freuchie. It has a prominent position in the village, facing the War Memorial. The central part of the hotel, as viewed from the front, is a listed building.

HES listing details[1]
Reference: LB8816 Date: 22/10/1984 Category: B
Address/Site Name

House and shop (H Grant) High Street, Freuchie


Dated 17 ID AEB 53 at lintel, altered later, and again in 1971. 2-storey 3-window painted stucco, slated, crowstepped at back: single-storey wing.

Further references

"The High Street vista is closed by the Lomond Hills Hotel, its centre part dated 1753, the swept dormerheads recent additions. It makes a backdrop for the war memorial, a Celtic cross of c. 1920."[2]

"Lomond Hills Hotel, High Street, centre dated 1753. Modern swept dormers respect tradition."[3]


  1. HES record for LB8816 This mainly relates to the central part of what is now the hotel. The single-story wing, shown in an old postcard, is now two storeys.
  2. Gifford, Fife, page 229.
  3. Pride, Kingdom of Fife, page 90.

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